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  • Possibly John Tatum and possibly Reg Thomason in Rough Cut (1980) but too fleeting on first viewing, will need to double check.

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    • Rough Cut isn't on Reg Thomason's list, but we've found him in things before not on it.

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      • On board the Jazz Boat:

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        Well, manning the gates at Chislehurst Caves, Dickie Owen and Norman Mitchell certainly, but is the one on the left with dialogue David Blake Kelly?

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        There's a rave in the caves, just like in Beat Girl, though it looks likes Al Mulock is letting an echoing one off, with Andrew Andreas, in the first of several appearances in the film, beaming down from the right background

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        Someone else who turns up several times is Mary Maxfield, here serving up the straight coke (cola version, as it's 1959 and an "A" certificate) to Anthony Newley, with, I think Verne Morgan as her colleague.






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          There's then a tumult in the tunnels, though Charles Rayford looks amused by Tony

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          With Jack Carter on the left and Alf Mangan appearing more bemused

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          Later, there's a pretty awkward song and dance routine through a street market. Charles is also at the top of the scene, but here it's Bernie Winters nicking the bowler off the top of the head of "square" Frank Williams

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          The full crew making silly here are James Booth, Anne Aubrey, goofy Bernie, Al and David Lodge, and they're generally the villains of the piece, but looking on quizzically from the right is someone we haven't seen for a while, The Old Codger.

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            They terrorise the stallholders in song, and here it's Martin Lyder who's being dittied to death

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            David has got his spray out, observed from the right by Jim Brady. The sprayee . . .

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            . . . is poor George Hilsdon. Looking on from the background is Billy Wilmot who is about to get roughed up, although he manages to croak out a line.

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              Despite all the market mayhem, P.C. Joe Phelps does nothing but look at Anne (who can blame him?)

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              And if we look carefully to the right, as the gang exit, we can see Alf Casha in his beret.

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                The boys go off to the barber's, to see if Morrie Berman (Harold Berens) has something for the weekend

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                Meanwhile, Tony has gone to the jeweller's where the companion for Aileen Lewis this weekend is Fred Machon. The beaming Benson is John Wood

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                His boss is W. J. Macey, the less than beaming William Kendall

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                And in the local cop shop, Pat Judge likes to spend his time on the radio while Lionel Jeffries likes the Radio Times.

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                  At last we head for the jazz boat itself, or at least Ken Hutchins second right is

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                  Checking Jean Philippe's ticket is Arthur Lovegrove, his silent fellow being Bill Shine

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                  The choreography is by Lionel Blair, and of course the good old chap manages to dance himself into camera range

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                  On deck, Otto Friese does likewise.

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                    David Lodge realises it takes a stuntman like Fred Haggerty to have the courage to wear a shirt like that

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                    Tony too has had a spell when he was dragged up on deck, but now he's back in his usual clobber eyed up by Aidan Harrington on the right.

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                      There is a fight at last and I hate to think what Bob Simmons is doing to Al here

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                      It's David's turn to be roughed up, with Fred Haggerty in hat and a different shirt, Peter Brayham on shoulder grip plus another appearance from Andrew Andreas

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                      And now it's Terry Yorke left of centre getting in on the act with Al, with that teenage craze, Ted Heath and his Music, looking on.

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                        Joyce Blair joins Tony for a reckoning with Lionel and a very gaunt Alan Gibbs between them wonders where his glasses have gone

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                        Stuart Sanders wonders where the tickets have gone as Lionel rushes up to tell him

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                        However, Keith Smith wants to check Lionel's ticket for the Crazy House

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                        And inside, Tony encounters a crazy man, Dido Plumb, who gets a nice little cameo with (I think, dubbed) dialogue.

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                          The film's on the way out as George Hilsdon reappears, this time as a policeman with Jack Silk joining him. George refers to the partially hidden bobby as "Jeff", but it's not Jack's brother

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                          Neither is this rozzer, Alan Browning

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                          As David, James and Al finally realise the cards are stacked against them, sailor Edwin Brown sadly considers his: maybe he should sign aboard the next voyage of the jazz boat.

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                          • I have always followed Coronation Street, one thing i have noticed is they always use a select group of extras, as do Eastenders. One of the regular supporting artists was Phil Henry, i think he first appeared in the 80's and was a regular until the mid 2000's, i noted at the old site that he had popped up as a customer at 'Roys Rolls' in 2011, at the time i thought it was a one-off as i hadn't seen him for a while, i was very surprised to see him in last night's episode, walking down the street albeit with walking stick, i hope he has returned for good.
                            I knew Phil when he was a Blackpool Disc Jockey, i worked at a shop that supplied records, his son Carl was in the business too and was Derek Griffiths stand-in for a while.

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                            • I think I know who you mean. Do you have a photo?

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                              • THE PROTECTORS check into an hotel near the "Border Line":

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                                Nyree Dawn Porter reads the director's note which says "That's Cy Town behind you"

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                                More Mary Maxfield on the right when Nyree gets better acquainted with Oscar Homolka courtesy of Georgia Brown and Robert Vaughn

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                                Robert gets acquainted with Hungarian funeral rites as Arthur Goodman shuffles out of the church

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                                And although there is some location work shot in Austria, I think the border line itself must be back here as that's Jeff Silk on his bike on the left.

                                The graveside sequence does look like a genuine Hungarian (Austrian) location, but the priest who conducts the funeral sounds awfully like Robert Rietty.

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